Don't Let a Flood Drown Your Finances
If you're not in a high-risk area, you probably don't spend a lot of time worrying about water damage to your home or property. But the fact is, approximately one quarter of all flood loss occurs in areas considered at a low to moderate risk for flooding.
Did you know that floods are the most costly natural disaster in the U.S. every year? Flood losses total more than a billion dollars annually. Thousands of families have not only lost their home but suffered utter financial ruin due to flooding. Many mistakenly believed their homeowners policy would protect them, only to find out the hard way that the typical homeowners policy doesn't cover flood damage at all.
We've seen the damage floodwater can cause, and don't want this to happen to you. Give us a call for affordable flood insurance quotes.
How to Prepare for a Flood
When it comes to living in a flood zone, you don't want to mess around. Flood damage can be and usually is catastrophic.
Every zone is a flood zone. One quarter of all flood damage occurs in areas the federal government considers a "low" or "moderate" risk zone. Flash floods strike even mountain and desert areas with surprising frequency.
You can't wait until the weather warnings to purchase flood insurance. The standard waiting period for flood insurance policies to take effect is 30 days from the premium payment date.
The only way you can adequately prepare for a flood is to buy your flood insurance policy well BEFORE disaster strikes. So call us today and we will make sure you're prepared in the event of a disaster.